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Ms Bond claimed she was surprised to hear from the reality star on December 17, just over a week after his gruelling stint in the jungle.The 27-year-old shared the saucy text exchange with the publication, claiming he wrote: 'How r u? Ms Bond claimed the pair continued to message into the new year and she was in touch to send him a picture of herself lying under the duvet covers last Saturday.While she posted on Twitter in excitement, saying “Thank you Lord for our princess,” Khloé was initially surprised to hear she’s having a girl—she’d been so sure she was pregnant with a boy.“I just was convinced that I was having a boy, so to be having a girl it’s just like, ‘OK that wasn’t what I thought was going on,’” Khloé said later in the show.She told The Sun: 'It was obvious what Amir wanted from the start.The minute we were alone in the lift, he pulled me against him and his hands were everywhere.'When we were in the hotel room he asked me if my bum was real and then gave it a slap before pushing me up against a wardrobe hard and trying to kiss me.' Ms Hunter claimed she refused to meet up with the boxing champion again after he followed up their evening together with more messages.
But then they got back together I spoke out to warn Faryal.The women chosen to feature alongside Amy in the list are also known for having fuller figures; Sports Illustrated cover star Ashley, who is a size 14 (UK size 18) has often spoken out about how proud she is of her curves, while Melissa, who is also a size 14, has designed an entire fashion line, Seven7, aimed at curvier women.However both women have been very vocal about their dislike of the term 'plus-size', with Ashley saying during an appearance at SXSW in Austin earlier this month: 'I think the [term] "plus-size" is totally outdated.'I was trying to get some stamina for my tour, so I lost a bit of weight,' she said, before adding: 'Actually, I like myself more than ever. The actress also retweeted support she received from some of her followers including one user who wrote: ''plus size' is just another way of splitting us into uniformed groups, putting a label on people's appearance.'On Tuesday, a spokesperson for the US edition of Glamour told Daily Mail Online that the publication had issued an apology to Amy, saying in an email: 'First off, we love Amy, and our readers do too - which is why we featured her on the cover of Glamour last year.Running free: On Tuesday afternoon, Amy posted a video of herself running around in a bikini to Twitter, saying that she feels the world is 'done with these unnecessary labels which seem to be reserved for women''The cover line on this special edition - which is aimed at women size 12 and up - simply says “Women Who Inspire Us", since we believe her passionate and vocal message of body positivity IS inspiring, as is the message of the many other women, of all sizes, featured.